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Genghis Capital said in a new report that in the event that a share swap transaction comes up with four NIC shares for one CBA share, investors in the former will probably not approve the deal.
Majority of the German firms operating in Kenya have frozen their expansion plans for 2019 citing difficult operation environment.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto cut their foreign travel costs in the three months to September to the lowest level in four years as pressure piles on top government officials to control discretionary expenses.
Embattled National Land Commission (NLC) chairman Muhammad Swazuri has recalled documents signed by his deputy following his return from suspension over graft charges.
Maize farmers will have to wait longer before they start selling their crop to National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) as the Treasury is yet to release funds more than three weeks after Cabinet approved the purchase of the grains.
Debate on the proposed curriculum has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans with statements from the various stakeholders stoking the confusion.
Reports that the Treasury has rejected a demand by MPs to scrutinize contracts worth more than Sh1 billion have raised pertinent questions on the separation of duties between the Executive and the Legislature.
On December 13, President Uhuru Kenyatta visited Kisumu in what has been billed as a historic visit to the lakeside city.
Hosting this year's Africa eCommerce week will go down as one of Kenya’s proudest moments on matters trade.
A commentary by Tom Kabau, titled “Resolving trade marking of hakuna matata slogan”, published in Business Daily is misleading on the issue of management of traditional knowledge and cultural expressions.
As 2018 comes to a slithering stop, I need to jot down my goals for 2019 because my CEO penned his down a few weeks ago.
Not every person using microlenders online understands the cost of the easily accessible money.
We should be clear about our priorities if key agents of interests are to emerge.
Livestock farmers should brace for increased cost of animal feeds following a steep rise in cost of imported Ugandan maize the manufacturers are currently using following a shortage of local grain.
The dollar returns at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) have fallen by 10 percentage points since the beginning of September, reflecting the slide in share valuations combined with a weaker shilling.
Treasury has been asked to tap funds held by Kenyans working and living abroad as an alternative financing source for development projects through diaspora bonds.
Kenyans working and living abroad are mulling over the creation of a collective investment scheme (CIS) as a special investment vehicle.
A German multinational has launched a scheme that will help small-scale farmers in remote regions access animal medical resources to avert animal deaths.
Towards the end of last year, there was a global campaign against sexual assault and harassment in the workplace, that is the #Metoo campaign.